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Synology's DS716+ NAS Quick Review: A Super-Powered Home Storage Server

As popular as streaming video and TV is in 2016, there are still plenty of people out there that want to buy DVDs or Blu-rays, rip them to a local storage device, and watch them whenever they like. To do that, you need somewhere to store all those high-resolution files — like a NAS. Then you want to stream them to your TV, your PS4, your smartphone — and for that you need processing power. And the Synology DS716+ is just about the most powerful 2-bay NAS you can buy.

All My Favourite Rappers Should Endorse All My Favourite Movies Right Now

Sony Pictures just announced that Nas, a rapper you probably loved in middle school, is releasing a fashion collection to promote the new Ghostbusters movie. This is such a fun idea!

Synology's New Router Has A PC-Esque Operating System

Synology is a name that you’d usually associate with network attached storage (NAS) boxes — y’know, the big black hard drive enclosures that you hook up to your router or modem to store your movies, music and photos. Synology does NAS very well — it’s certainly one of our favourite brands — but it’s also extending its reach into another networking device. The RT1900AC is the first router from Synology, and its hook is that just like a NAS, it runs an operating system that you can use to browse through your files, download stuff from the ‘net, and monitor all your network traffic.

Seagate Personal Cloud NAS: Australian Review

Need some extra storage for your movies, music or personal photos? You can get a portable hard drive and carry all your data around on it, or you can step up to a proper network-attached storage device with all the bells and whistles. More often than not, though, you don’t need them. For the vast majority of users that just want to watch their movies and listen to their music wherever they are, Seagate’s Personal Cloud is a really simple networked storage drive.

Gizmodo Australia Reader Review: Synology DiskStation DS215j Home NAS

Sam Thorp is a research communicator and founder of a small web startup based in Sydney. He’s also the second of two winners in our recent Synology NAS competition and, with the help of his two housemates, took the device through its paces over the Christmas break. This is his in-depth review.

Gizmodo Australia Reader Review: Synology DiskStation DS215j Home NAS

You could say that Heath James’ technology life is complex. He’s the manager of an IT-centric team within a large organisation and has 14 years project experience. At home, he and his wife have a teenage daughter and two younger children shared on a part-time basis. Heath is also one of two winners in our recent Synology NAS competition and, with the help of his family, took the device through its paces over the Christmas break. This is his in-depth review.

WD's 6TB Red Hard Drives Make A Perfect NAS Upgrade

Storage is one of those things that you always need more of. Especially if you have a network storage drive at home or at work, you’ve probably run into a situation where you’re faced with either deleting old files to make space or finding a more drastic solution. Up until a few days ago, I was juggling files around and deleting old backups just to make everything fit, and was in desperate need of salvation. So, I took a direct route, and ditched the old hard drives entirely for two massive improvements.

Seagate Business Storage NAS: Australian Review

Buying a NAS is tricky. You want one with lots of storage space, room to expand, a good feature-set and excellent performance. Seagate’s Business Storage NAS fulfills most of these goals, but falls short on speed and the versatility of its management software.

Western Digital Has An Unlimited Personal Cloud For All Your Stuff

Yesterday, Western Digital unveiled its first My Cloud storage solution for Australian consumers. The WD My Cloud is a personal cloud drive that allows users to remotely access and backup content across all of their devices. It’s essentially a cross between a traditional NAS and a cloud storage service like Dropbox or Google Drive with nearly unlimited storage potential. All data is stored on your own private device with no monthly fees to worry about.

Mark Zuckerberg And Nas Hung Out

In a social scene that looks like someone spun a roulette wheel, The Zuck, Nas and mega-rich Silicon Valley investor Ben Horowitz were all in a room for some reason. And it was all Instagrammed.

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